East Coast Gold: what to expect in 2020 and how to listen

East Coast Gold: what to expect in 2020 and how to listen

Gordon Graham, host of the More Music Breakfast Show on East Coast Gold, chatted to East Coast Radio Programming Manager Zane Derbyshire and East Coast Gold Project Manager Di Macpherson (pictured below) this morning about the new 60s to 80s digital radio station and what listeners can expect in 2020. Listen to the interview here...

East Coast Gold in 2020

East Coast Gold - home of classic hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s - is just under three months old and already it's become a firm favourite in some households.

One Durban-based listener recently emailed the team to say she's an avid fan of ECG:  "When listening to the awesome music from back in the day, it brings back so many good memories. I have to contain myself when I am listen to the station at work, from getting up and dancing around the office. I must admit I do get up and dance around the office sometimes! The songs make me feel young again."

She's not alone. People are switching on to the digital radio station from around the world, from Australia to Zimbabwe - and all the places in between, although our main audience is still from South Africa.

In our podcast below, Gordon chats to Zane Derbyshire, who - as Programming Manager of East Coast Radio has a wealth of experience in radio, and who was the driving force behind the newly launched digital station - along with project head, Di Macpherson, about the East Coast Gold philosophy as well as plans for 2020.

Listen to the interview here.

Need to know how to listen? Watch the video below.

Connect with the East Coast Gold team via WhatsApp on 061 821 0881 or by emailing us.

Catch Gordon on East Coast Gold every weekday morning from 6am until 9am. Jane Linley-Thomas drives the desk in her East Coast Gold show every weekday between 10am and 2pm, while Damon Beard takes over from 3pm to 7pm, Monday to Friday. Catch Alex Jay every weekend between 10am and 2pm.

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